White sand, black sand, no sand and pink, yes pink sand beaches populate this planet stunning the eye with warm hues. Although not a commonly seen grain, pink sand beaches are popular due to its unique charm and pristine atmosphere. Pink sand beaches are common throughout the Caribbean thanks to crushed shells, creatures and coral that mix with the native granules. The next time you visit your favorite Caribbean island, be sure to explore one of the many pink, salmon-colored inspired, beaches.
Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas
Located on Harbor Island, this three-mile beach is known as one of the best pink sand beaches in the world. Travelers come for all aquatic and pink sand-interested reasons, and to stay at the luxury resort and seaside cottages.
Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda
This four-mile, horseshoe shaped beach features a paler pink color, which is still highly noticeable with the ocean’s bright blue backdrop. Thanks to the crushed coral and shells, the sand does not get extremely hot, which is ideal for beach walking. The water’s visibility is high, but waters are a bit rough for snorkeling, swimming is recommended in shallow waters.
Pink Beach, Bonaire
This Caribbean Islands hosts several pink beaches, but Pink Beach is the most reputable for its vibrant color. Pink Beach is an ideal snorkeling and diving destination thanks to highly visible waters. If looking for seclusion or picnic areas, Pink Beach has it all, nice picnic centers and toasty warm sand for snoozing.
Jobson’s Cove, Bermuda
This secluded pink sand beach is situated between jagged cliffs, adjacent to Warwick long bay. Pink sands, gentle waves and secluded atmosphere attract families and beach goers seeking much needed R&R. Even the winds are calm thanks to giant limestone rocks blocking the shoreline breeze.
Pink Beach, Barbuda & Antigua
Officially called Low Bay, Pink Beach is the nickname due to its pink colored sand. With nearly eight miles of pink sand, oceanfront hotels and seaside seclusion, Pink Beach is a popular destination for solo-souled travelers. The champagne colored sand glows in the sun thanks to the crushed coral.